Changing used network locations in Windows 7 pro

We have an SBS 2011 server and employees working remotely using Remote Web Workplace. One of the users apparently entered the wrong credentials somewhere while connecting and now their pc is on an Unmanaged network location abc.local (unmanaged), and they can't access mapped drives or their Exchange email. They should be on abc.local managed. Since I can't remove a network location being currently used (unmanaged one) and I can't merge a managed network location. How do i force this users login to use the Managed network location for their domain. I'm concerned about messing up their profile and losing data saved locally. Please advise..
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Open Control Panel, Credential Manager and remove any unneeded credentials.

Open command prompt and type NET USE.

NET USE Z: /Delete for all drives Z that are not needed or incorrect.

Now restart the workstation and set up the folder mappings. I use this approach and it works for me.
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holcomb_frankAuthor Commented:
John,

Thanks for your suggestion.....I just got it working again correctly, using the right network location and getting access to the domain again. I turned of the ipv6 protocol....and it logged into the correct location then. Then I could go in and delete the unmanaged network location and things are working normal again.
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holcomb_frankAuthor Commented:
It worked
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
@holcomb_frank  - Thanks, and I was happy to help.
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